WWII Airman, 102, Helps Lay Wreath At Memorial Day Ceremony Aboard U.S.S. IntrepidRichard Cole is the last surviving member of the Doolittle Raiders, the 80 men who made the first airstrike on Tokyo after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.
Woman Believed To Be Inspiration for 'Rosie the Riveter' Dies at 96The woman believed to be the inspiration for the iconic WWII poster of 'Rosie the Riveter' has passed away at 96-years-old.
World War II Combat Pilot's Remains Returned After 72 Years MissingThere was a homecoming more than years overdue on Long Island Thursday.
Local Veteran, Photographer Documented WWII In Powerful ImagesTony Vaccaro pulled double-duty during World War II, serving his country in battle while also documenting what he saw.
Remains Of World War II Marine From Brooklyn Return Home For BurialThe 20-year-old Brooklyn native was serving with the 2nd Marine Division when he was killed during the assault on Tarawa atoll in the Gilbert Islands in November 1943.
92-Year-Old WWII Vet Has Heartwarming Reunion With Friend After 76 YearsAfter 76 years apart, these lifelong friends had the sweetest reunion.
Researchers Find Wreckage Of Infamous WWII-Era USS IndianapolisThe sinking of the Indianapolis remains the Navy's single worst loss at sea.
World War II Veteran Robbed Of Priceless Military MemorabiliaA World War II veteran was robbed of some treasured war memorabilia when, police say, a thief crawled through a window to steal his vintage military items.
Female World War II Vets Honored During Banquet At Long Island MuseumHeartfelt cheers erupted for the women of World War II in Nassau County inside the Armor Museum in Old Bethpage.
LI Lawyer Discovers Photos Of Grandfather Celebrating Passover Seder On The Front Lines Of WWIIThe pictures show thousands of soldiers forced to quickly celebrate a Passover meal even as deadly fighting continued all around them.
Brooklyn Native Ambushed In Pearl Harbor Attack Recalls Fighting Back: 'I Did What I Had To Do'Then-17-year-old Brooklyn native Gerard Barbosa was among the sailors caught off guard on Dec. 7, 1941.
PHOTOS: Remembering The Attack On Pearl HarborOn Dec. 7, 1941, a Japanese admiral led the attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, leaving thousands dead and prompting the United States to enter World War II.